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Filter Your Survey Data for Added Insight

You can learn a lot from the survey data you collect – that’s the point! – but too often, people look only at the overall results. The real “Aha!” moments are in the details. One easy way to do that is with data filters. When you’re lucky (or effective) enough to collect a lot of data, it can be tempting…

How To Say “Successful Survey Results” in 28 Languages

We live in a global society, and your company is ready to serve customers worldwide. So why limit your survey distribution to only people who speak your language? With automatic language translation, you can run a multilingual survey even if you personally only can say, “Thanks for responding!” in a single language. It used to be that only multi-national corporations…

Keeping Surveys Short – But Not TOO Short

When you design an online survey, there’s a temptation to ask respondents a lot of questions. After all, you surmise, this is your own opportunity to pick their brains! But people rarely are motivated to answer long surveys. How can you get all the data you need without chasing people away? Few people write surveys for a living. Most businesspeople…

Tracking Survey Participation – and Nagging Effectively

Once you’ve designed a survey, you need to convince people to respond to the email invitation soliciting their input. One step in accomplishing that is to measure how many people respond, and to remind those who haven’t yet done so. The most common way to solicit survey participation remains e-mail invitations. As a result, in SoGoSurvey we streamlined the process…

Cross-Tabulating Survey Data to Increase Your Rate of “Aha!” and “Oh Wow!”

One powerful way to gain insight from your surveys is to cross-tabulate the data. Doing so lets you discover correlations that aren’t obvious from a basic report. “Say you were standing with one foot in the oven and one foot in an ice bucket,” said Bobby Bragan. “According to the percentage people, you should be perfectly comfortable.” Basic survey reports can…

How Data Pre-Population Can Improve Your Surveys

Most of the time, conducting a survey is a fairly standard process: You assemble a set of questions to ask respondents, cajole them into taking the time to answer, and then dive into the results to discover tiny flashbulbs of enlightenment that help you make better decisions. That’s great – but sometimes we can do more than the basics. Among…

Anonymous Surveys are Anonymous

There are survey tools out there that claim to run anonymous surveys for you. And then there’s SoGoSurvey that truly offers an anonymous survey. We guarantee it. We ensure that SoGoSurvey will not track respondent’s email address, the geo-location or IP address, the time of participation or anything that can remotely link the response to a respondent in an anonymous survey.…

Survey Features That Matter: Rules & Alerts

Gone are the days when people would patiently wait for something to unravel, which is why letters, carriages, and camera rolls have become a thing of the past. To keep up with people’s impatient speed, SoGoSurvey introduced Rules & Alerts – a convenient way to keep up with your surveys. SoGoSurvey’s Rules & Alerts feature is a boon for those…